San Francisco Shock faced off against the Boston Uprising in last night’s late match up. Both teams continue to stumble through Stage Two. However, with new players coming into the Shock roster, it was a great match to watch. Here is how it played out.
The New York Excelsior enter the arena looking to secure their spot for the Stage 2 playoffs and extend their reign as the undisputed best team in the Overwatch League. The Dallas Fuel enter the match trying to put the outside distractions aside and focus on getting a win to be deserving of being the Twitch Cheer Leader in the Overwatch League.
As the Stage 2 playoffs draw closer and closer, the struggling Houston Outlaws go to war against the recently successful Seoul Dynasty. Will the Outlaws be able to damage the Dynasty’s stage playoff hopes? Or will Seoul claim victory and get one step closer to a chance at taking all the glory?
It is Wednesday, my Dudes, and that means more Overwatch League. Today we had the San Francisco Shock up against the Florida Mayhem. One of them causing a major Mayhem in the standings, while the other is simply looking to try out their new roster. Who’ll come ahead today? The Mayhem? Or the Shock?
The Shanghai Dragons find themselves facing off against the Houston Outlaws in the final match Wednesday. The Dragons continue to go from struggle to struggle as both of it’s DPS players are unable to play this week. But the Outlaws have been on the downswing as well, losing three of it’s last four matches. Will Houston be able to rally against the win-less Dragons? Or will new reinforcements from Korea translate into the first ever win for Shanghai.
The Los Angeles Gladiators take on the rising Philadelphia Fusion, in Overwatch League’s first match of the week. Both teams came in with playoff hopes, sitting in the 8th and 5th position respectively, separated by only 1 win. If the Fusion could defeat the Gladiators, they would go 2 wins clear of their purple clad opponents, and give themselves an advantage, with a small buffer while sitting in a playoff position.
The Philadelphia Fusion come into the last match of week 4 in the hunt for a Stage 2 playoff spot. The Dallas Fuel are a team in flux that is looking to get some stability and at least a win to add for the season. The Fusion enter as the favorites having dropped three matches in Stage 2 thus far to the stage leaders, while the Fuel continue to struggle getting victories.
Every Sunday Overwatch League Co-Founders Taco & Mash host a roundup of the latest and greatest of the week’s storylines. We partnered with the great folks over at eStarz to produce what we think is a super enjoyable show. This week we covered topics spanning the Houston Outlaws issue’s fielding an impactful Tracer player, how good the Los Angeles Gladiators have suddenly gotten, who’s been hiding in the Philadelphia Fusion’s tree house, and much more!